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KHQ.COM - To get the word out about KHQ's first annual Job Fair (coming up on April 9th) Sean, Shelly, Kalae, Blake and Matt have been re-evaluating their lives, so to say. We asked them..."If you weren't in news, what other job would you like to be doing?"

Well today it was Blake's turn, and if you watch the morning show at all, you know he has a strong love for the game of golf. So, rather fittingly, he said he would like to be a golf club pro.

Not a pro like Tiger Woods, but the pro at a local golf course. The person responsible for giving golf lessons, teaching people about the game of golf and most importantly...PLAYING as much golf as possible.

We have linked the segments that aired on the show this morning...feel free to click and watch as Blake met up with renowned golf instructor Kathy G-Jensen (no relation to Blake by the way) to learn the ropes.

Also...if you're interested in a job at a local golf course, Spokane County is currently hiring some Golf Help positions.

Just go to their website spokanecounty.org

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